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Trypsinogen

PDB ID: 1TGS

Trypsin is a small protein-cutting enzyme used for digestion. This structure is an inactive form that is activated by removing a small portion of the protein chain.

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Discussed Structures from Trypsin
trypsin
trypsin
trypsinogen
trypsinogen
trypsin and trypsin inhibitor
trypsin and trypsin inhibitor
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Length: 229
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Length: 56
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Reference

PDB ID: 1TGS , Pubmed

Three-dimensional structure of the complex between pancreatic secretory trypsin inhibitor (Kazal type) and trypsinogen at 1.8 A resolution. Structure solution, crystallographic refinement and preliminary structural interpretation.

Bolognesi, M., Gatti, G., Menagatti, E., Guarneri, M., Marquart, M., Papamokos, E., Huber, R.

Journal: (1982) J.Mol.Biol. 162: 839-868


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